IIGCC response to EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive
The European Commission published their proposal for a Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive on 23 February 2022, which would require companies to implement due diligence requirements covering the adverse human rights and environmental impact of their own operations, and across the value chain. Certain companies would also be required to adopt plans to ensure their business model and strategy are aligned with 1.5°C.
On 31 May, IIGCC published a position paper setting out our key recommendations to ensure the proposals uphold the objectives of the European Green Deal and foster approaches to climate risks and opportunities that prioritise long-term perspectives over short-term considerations Download the paper below.
Disclaimer: This material was developed in collaboration with a number of IIGCC members but does not necessarily represent the views of the entire membership, either individually or collectively
Bondholder Stewardship Position Statement
IIGCC members send letters to UK’s largest audit firms on climate risk
Investor practices programme
IIGCC Real Estate Roundtable – Driving net zero real estate through the value chain